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ASCO Learning Series Webinar: Low Voltage Transfer Switch Fundamentals is a 60-minute conference that will address various topics including typical applications, functions, safety and markets. The conference will run from 11:00am to 12:00pm EDT on 1st September 2020. Attendees will earn 1.0 PDH/0.1 CEU Credits!


Doug Head

Director of Power Control Systems

Doug Head holds his bachelor’s degree in engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and is a 20 year veteran at ASCO Power Technologies. He has served as a Field Sales Engineer and District Sales Manager and currently holds the position of Director of Power Systems. This role holds him accountable for business and strategic partnership development, sales and counseling the company on the changing needs of the data center market. His extended responsibilities include counsel with marketing, management, product development and engineering.

Victor Bonachea

Director of Product Management

Victor Bonachea is Director of Offer Management at ASCO Power Technologies. He has 9 years of tenure with ASCO, where he began as an Applications Engineer quoting, supporting, and implementing transfer switch solutions with customers and sales teams across the world. He then shifted into a Product Management path where he has been involved with product development for new switching solutions. His experience concentrates around the applications and architectures for power system/equipment control and their monitoring systems, including work on several patents.

Victor received a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and an Masters in Engineering Management with Honors from the New Jersey Institute of Technology with specializations in controls and project management, respectively.

Victor has been involved with IEEE for 11 years where he is currently a Senior Member and was awarded the 2019 PES Outstanding Engineer Award for North Jersey. Today, he continues his IEEE affiliation with the IAS & PES Societies and most recently has begun participating in updates to the P3005.4 Emergency Power Reliability Standard (previously known as the Orange Book).

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